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 Compound W Salicylic Acid
Salicylic acid (from Latin salix, willow tree, from the bark of which the substance used to be obtained) is a monohydroxybenzoic acid, a type of phenolic acid and a beta hydroxy acid. This colorless crystalline organic acid is widely used in organic synthesis and functions as a plant hormone. It is derived from the metabolism of salicin. In addition to being an important active metabolite of aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid), which acts in part as a prodrug to salicylic acid, it is probably best...
compound h 86
Supposed to be a medication that kills cancer cells, but not thegood cells. ## Hi Mong, There are actually several other discussion threads on this same topic that talk about H86 and how it works as a cancer treatment. However, after further investigation..I'm not sure if everyone is on the same page as far as what it really is. Apparently an email newsletter was sent out a while back making some enticing claims about it. But it's unusual that there aren't any other verifiable details that can be found on H 86 itself or what it's composed of. To me, this lack of evidence implies a potential product scam. Not only that, but I've noticed the HSI website is set up in the same way as many other scam sites on the internet (with several different "Order Now" button... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Cancer.
Thu, Apr 03 '14, 11:10 PM   1  RSS feed for thread 258318
 Soma Compound Aspirin, ASA + Carisoprodol
Carisoprodol is a centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant. It is slightly soluble in water and freely soluble in alcohol, chloroform and acetone. The drug's solubility is practically independent of pH. Carisoprodol is manufactured and marketed in the United States by Meda Pharmaceuticals[1] under the brand name Soma, and in the United Kingdom and other countries under the brand names Sanoma and Carisoma. The drug is available by itself or mixed with aspirin, and in one preparation with code...
 Sodol Compound Aspirin, ASA + Carisoprodol
Carisoprodol is a centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant. It is slightly soluble in water and freely soluble in alcohol, chloroform and acetone. The drug's solubility is practically independent of pH. Carisoprodol is manufactured and marketed in the United States by Meda Pharmaceuticals[1] under the brand name Soma, and in the United Kingdom and other countries under the brand names Sanoma and Carisoma. The drug is available by itself or mixed with aspirin, and in one preparation with code...
Gold Compounds
Used to treat RA ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Fri, Dec 16 '05, 2:42 PM   0 
 Talwin Compound Aspirin, ASA + Pentazocine
Pentazocine is a synthetically-prepared prototypical mixed agonist–antagonist narcotic (opioid analgesic) drug of the benzomorphan class of opioids used to treat moderate to moderately severe pain. Pentazocine is sold under several brand names, such as Fortral, Sosegon, Talwin NX (with the μ-antagonist naloxone, will cause withdrawal in opioid dependent persons on injection), Talwin, Talwin PX (without naloxone), Fortwin (Lactate injectable form) and Talacen (with acetaminophen). T...
scopex compound
use it for kidney stones but makes me naussea and gives me headache ...
Updated 5 years ago in Urinary System.
Wed, Oct 28 '09, 5:56 AM   0 
compound hormone
C_TRIEST 2.5/PROG 100MG LOZITAB ## My ob/gyn just started me on C-Triest 2.25/Prog 100 mg but there is no info included with it nor can I find anything on the Internet. Comments on this? ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Tue, Jun 22 '10, 5:08 PM   1  RSS feed for thread 178416
caisoma compound
Orange round pill with a W on the front. The W is enclosed by a hectagon shape around it. No other writing on this pill. ## I was told this is a Soma but have never seen one like this. What is it? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Soma.
Tue, Jun 09 '09, 5:40 PM   1  RSS feed for thread 191833
Empirin Compound
Empirin was a product of Burroughs Wellcome & Co. An effective over-the-counter pain reliever. It was a mixture (compound) of equal amounts of phenacetin and aspirin plus some caffeine. The inclusion of caffeine acts as an anti-depression agent. In the 1960s, this protected formula was sold to Bristol Meyers who marketed it (famously) as Excedrin. In 1983, the FDA banned phenacetin after studies revealed that was harmful to the kidneys and linked to cancer. Following the FDA's ruling, the 'Excedrin' formula was modified by replacing phenacetin with acetaminophen. In 2005, Bristol Meyers sold the formula and name to Novartis who continues to produce and market it as Excedrin. The same "Excedrin" formula is also available from equivalent labels - usually at lower c... ...
Updated 29 days ago in Empirin.
Thu, Oct 30 '14, 10:52 PM   2  RSS feed for thread 269194
 Darvon Compound-65 Aspirin, ASA + Caffeine + Propoxyphene
Dextropropoxyphene[3] is an analgesic in the opioid category, patented (1955)[4] and manufactured by Eli Lilly and Company. It is intended to treat mild pain and also has antitussive (cough suppressant) and local anaesthetic effects. The drug has been taken off the market in Europe and the US due to concerns of fatal overdoses and heart arrhythmias.[5] Its onset of analgesia (pain relief) is said to be 20-30 minutes and peak effects are seen about 1.5-2 hours after oral administration.[1] Dex...
 Hycomine Compound Acetaminophen + Caffeine + Chlorpheniramine + Hydrocodone + Phenylephrine
Paracetamol (/pærsitml/ or /pærstml/), also known as acetaminophen i/sitmnfn/, or APAP, chemically named N-acetyl-p-aminophenol, is a widely used over-the-counter analgesic (pain reliever) and antipyretic (fever reducer).[7][8] Acetaminophen is the name adopted for this pharmacologic agent in the U.S. (USAN) and Japan; paracetamol is approved in a variety of international venues (INN, AAN, BAN, etc.).[9][10][11] Common trade names in English-speaking markets are Tylenol and Panadol....
darvon compound65
capsule,app.#010996,ingredients:proxyphene hydrocholride;phenacetin;asprin;caffine ## I was taking Darvon #65 for 20 year's ,Then one day I was playing tennis in the sun,i became sick with a flu like feeling ,i was weak ,and i went home then got into bed for two days ,after this time i went to the veteran's hospital,my arm had swollen up from a fall.While waiting in line at the emergency room i began lossing me haering,when i saw a doctor he sent me see an Audiologist to find out that i had 100% hearing.Did develop DILE from taking the drug darvon,cause i was diagnosed with SLE but SLE has gone away? ## I had a 100% hearing loss. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Darvon.
Wed, Nov 02 '11, 11:21 AM   2  RSS feed for thread 184013
dilaudid compound
Has anyone ever gotten dilaudid from a compound pharmacy before? I live in Florida brought my script to this pharmacy and when I picked them up they were red capsules with no markings? When I got home I googled the pharmacy and it is apparently a compound pharmacy, I just moved from New York and have never heard of such a thing? ## Hi, Dave! If you're unsure, contact the pharmacy to double check, they shouldn't have any problem with it. However, compounding pharmacies are pretty common in most large areas and major cities, especially near large hospitals. They make the medications to order according to doctor specifications, so their capsules have no markings, they aren't required to, since they aren't manufactured drugs, such as those you would receive from a regular ph... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Dilaudid.
Sun, Mar 09 '14, 10:23 AM   2  RSS feed for thread 247876
Metrogyl Compound
pls what to do for pathology test,if have to do stool culture and sencitivity or not? ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Wed, Feb 22 '12, 12:59 AM   0 
 Butalbital Compound Aspirin, ASA + Butalbital + Caffeine
In the United States, Fiorinal is a combination analgesic medication consisting of aspirin, the barbiturate butalbital, and caffeine; in other countries the formulation may differ. For example, in Australia, Fiorinal consists of paracetamol, codeine phosphate, and the sedative antihistamine doxylamine. Some United States formulations also contain the opioid codeine. It is indicated for the treatment of tension headaches and is often used off-label (without approval by the U.S. Food and Drug A...
biest compound cream
Has anyone had any experience with BIEST Compound Cream? ## Hello, Crowe! How are you? Unfortunately, since it is something that is specially ordered by your doctor and compounded just for you, you're really not going to be able to compare anyone else's experiences with your own. It's specially ordered to be tailored to you and the hormones your body needs. Has your doctor written a prescription for it? ...
Updated 4 months ago.
Fri, Jun 27 '14, 11:16 AM   1  RSS feed for thread 267041
compounding pharmacy
I am looking for a doctor to perscribe a compounding safer persciption for someone with schizophrenia, The medicines have very bad side affects, Thank you, In ohio or near ## Hello, Mari! How are you? Any doctor can write such a prescription, there are no special ones that it's restricted to, so it could be written by their current treating physician. There are just only certain pharmacies that specialize in compounding such medications. However, even compounding medications isn't going to do away with the risk of side effects. What types of problems is the patient experiencing? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Antipsychotic.
Fri, Jun 27 '14, 10:48 AM   1  RSS feed for thread 267766
 Doxaphene Compound-65 Aspirin, ASA + Caffeine + Propoxyphene
Dextropropoxyphene[3] is an analgesic in the opioid category, patented (1955)[4] and manufactured by Eli Lilly and Company. It is intended to treat mild pain and also has antitussive (cough suppressant) and local anaesthetic effects. The drug has been taken off the market in Europe and the US due to concerns of fatal overdoses and heart arrhythmias.[5] Its onset of analgesia (pain relief) is said to be 20-30 minutes and peak effects are seen about 1.5-2 hours after oral administration.[1] Dex...
white phenyl compound
formula for making white phenyl compound. ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Fri, Sep 27 '13, 10:37 AM   0 

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